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  1. egrogg
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello,

    I am having an issue and wondering what is going on.

    I have an account at .com and I host my own site at

    http://www.groggbible.com
    egrogg.wordpress.com

    I can publish just fine to the egrogg.wordprss.com site and all is OK, but when I try to do the same with my site it doesn't seem to work...

    What seems to happen is all the coding is still there? Can anyone help me as to what is going on?

    Thanks!

  2. it doesn't seem to work

    You're going to need to elaborate here, because 'it doesn't work' is the least helpful diagnosis ever :) WHAT doesn't work? What do you expect to see and what are you seeing?

  3. egrogg
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    OK..sorry about that...

    Let me show you what is put into my blog...this is what I get when published to my blog at groggbible.com but on the other one it seems to put it in fine:
    I hope I am clear now...if not please let me know....

    pspan style="font-family:Times New Roman; font-size:12pt"strongD. and some to be pastors and teachers, (Ephesians 4:11)/strong
    /span/pp style="margin-left: 36pt"span style="font-family:Times New Roman; font-size:12pt"Now we look at the final part of verse eleven. Just as the others, it was Christ who gave us our pastor-teacher. This office continues today in our churches. The question that arises here is whether or not Paul means pastors and teachers as separate or as one. I believe that this is one office because the "some to be" is not separating pastors and teachers.
    /span/pp style="margin-left: 36pt"span style="font-family:Times New Roman; font-size:12pt"The way this is written seems to put these two terms—pastors, teachers—into one category of gift. I have heard one say this: In order for one to be a pastor, it is necessary for one to be a teacher, but to be a teacher; one does not need to be a pastor. Is this an accurate statement?
    /span/pp style="margin-left: 36pt"span style="font-family:Times New Roman; font-size:12pt"J

    this is what it is supposed to look like:(of course this is generalized but perhaps this is clear?)

    Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.--Matthew 5:48

    Who is worthy? Do you think you are worthy to recieve glory and honor? Everyone wants to feel particularly wanted and needed. Sometimes we even desire to be recognized for what we do. Whether that is at home, work, school, church or wherever we are, we have that inward pull to be shown some type of praise. But in reality, you and I really don't deserve much in the eyes of a perfect Father. We are sinners, deserving of hell at best. Yet, God thinks so much of us that He sent Christ to restore us to the rightful place of honor in His house. It is only through this act of love do we get any sense of pride.

    As christians we tend to put ourselves above those who are unsaved. We place others below us thinking we are somehow better than they. Did we forget where we come from? How far Christ came for us sinners? We all are sinners, justly deserving of death.
    Turn to Revelation chapter five for it says:

  4. egrogg
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    The only thing I can think of is that it has to do with xmlrpc.php?

    maybe there is something in there that needs modified?

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